Welcome to the website for Lands Improvements’ High Leigh Garden Village development. Here you can find more information on the proposals and updates on the progress of development. You can also contact the project team using the details available on the Contact Us page.
The Reserved Matters application for the first phase of High Leigh Garden Village was unanimously approved by Broxbourne Borough Council’s Planning and Regulatory Committee on 8th September. Matters for determination by the Committee included appearance, layout and landscaping, all informed by the approved Design Code for the scheme.
The first phase will include 100 dwellings to ensure a mix and range of different properties as follows: 3 one bedroom flats; 17 two bedroom flats; 6 two bedroom houses; 31 three bedroom houses; 39 four bedroom houses and 4 five bedroom houses. There will also be 20 affordable dwellings.
The approved RM application represents the first residential component of the overall proposals for High Leigh Garden Village.
Further updates will continue to be added to the project website as the project continues to progress.
Informed by the approved Design Code, the Reserved Matters application submitted by Taylor Wimpey continues to be progressed by the Council.
Further updates will be added to this website. In the meantime, we have prepared some indicative images relating to the detailed application which can be viewed in the column on the right.
Recommencement of Works to the Dinant Link Road Roundabout
Following further consultation with Hertfordshire County Council, road works will recommence on Tuesday 26th May, in preparation for re-surfacing to be undertaken.
The works consist of minor amendments to some of the kerblines. To maintain the integrity of the carriageway it is necessary to provide a new surface course which can only be safely undertaken using a road closure, as detailed below.
-Full closure of the eastbound carriageway only on Saturday 6th June and Sunday 7th June
-Full closure of the westbound carriageway only on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th June
As before, temporary traffic management will be in place from Tuesday 26th May.
Hertfordshire County Council will determine the period of the closure and will notify the public in the usual way.
On both weekends with the closures, the works to repair and relay the surface will take place during the day and one carriageway will remain open. On Sunday evening the traffic management will be removed and the road will be fully open by early Monday morning.
We thank the community for their patience and understanding and will endeavour to complete the works as swiftly as possible.
The contractor has taken the decision to postpone the planned works on the Dinant Link Road Roundabout until further notice.
This website will be updated again once dates for the works to recommence are known. In the meantime, we thank local residents and the community for their understanding regarding the situation.
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Dinant Link Road Roundabout
Hertfordshire County Council have requested that Lands Improvement undertake some re-surfacing work on the Dinant Link Road Roundabout.
The dates for the re-surfacing are as follows;
– Temporary traffic lights on the Dinant Link Road from the 23rd March through to the 17th April. There will be a single carriageway open in both directions which will allow traffic to pass in both directions. This is to permit kerb re-alignment.
– Closure of the eastbound carriageway only on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th April to allow for the resurfacing.
– Closure of the westbound carriageway only on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th April.
It is important to note that on both weekends of the closures, the works to repair and relay the surface will take place during the day and one carriageway will remain open. Hertfordshire County Council will determine the period of the closure and will notify the public in the usual way.
We apologise for any inconvenience and will endeavour to complete the works as quickly as possible.
The Reserved Matters for the first phase of residential development at High Leigh Garden Village has now been registered by Broxbourne Borough Council. All the of relevant documents are available online by searching here: http://planning.broxbourne.gov.uk/Planning/lg/GFPlanningWelcome.page and using the application reference 07/20/0046/RM.
The High Leigh Garden Village development will deliver a high quality residential led development on land to the West of Hoddesdon and will include:
- – Up to 523 new high quality homes
- – 2 form entry primary school
- – A local shop
- – Up to 60 bed hotel including a gym
- – A Restaurant or an alternative B1 commercial use
- – Commercial space
- – 19 hectares of Green Space
- – Two Neighbourhood Equipped Play Areas
- – A Multi Use Games Area
- – Allotments
- – Formal sports pitches including a pavilion
- – Informal open space
- – Landscaping
- – Up to 80 bed Residential Care Home
HLGV will be characterised by high quality buildings within an attractive and varied landscape setting, creating a great place for people to live, visit and work. HLGV will be an aspirational development, enriching and enhancing Hoddesdon, and setting the standard for future development across the Borough.
Tree lined avenue at Character Area gateway
Lord Street frontage and linear green
You can view a copy of the masterplan here